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or woman that didn't come home from iraq, people are sitting around the table, their wife, daughter is gone. the woman who has to work two shifts. isn't able to have flex time. empty chair of a grandfather with alzheimers can't be there, because the family can't manage them. >> reporter: the white house on a lighter note released recipe for the secret brew of the white house, beer recipe. an effort to reach white working class voters. the secret to the election, perhaps, president obama trying to sent message he is ready to occupy the seat next to you even if it is a bar stool. rick klein, abc news, charlotte. >> cheers. >> good stuff. >> bottom up. thank you, mr. president. speak of the president and serious news. the president will travel to louisiana today to see firsthand the aftermath of hurricane isaac. hundreds of thousand of homes and businesses still have no power this morning. nearly a week after the storm hit. many people are still being kept from their homes because of all of the widespread flooding in parts of the state. those who have been able to go home, still face misery on
the fatal accident. >>> iraq is reeling this morning from one of its deadliest days since withdrawal of u.s. troops. more than 90 people were killed and nearly two dozen bombings and shootings across the country. more than 350 wounded. many attacks targeted soldiers and police recruits. so far, though no one has claimed any responsibility, but the government is blaming al qaeda. >>> and there was even more bloodshed in syria. overnight a car bomb ripped through the city of aleppo and killed 17 and wounded several others. fighting continued throughout the country between government troops and rebel forces. several military officers and civilians were also killed when a roadside bomb blew up a bus. and people are -- go ahead. >> no. i was going to say the concern here is that a lot of extremist groups are going to start popping up here. shortly -- just a couple of hours before this blast, a jordanian militant leader linked to al qaeda warned his extremist group will launch deadly attacks to help the rebels in syria topple assad. so you see a lot of extremist groups jus
multiple tours in iraq and afghanistan. also protecting the consulate. >>> the man who wrote, produced and directed the film is in hiding. nakoula basseley nakoula asked police for protection and left his california home after getting death threats. a correspondentic -- a coptic christian, identified as a drug manufacturer and scam tist. he told authority he wrote the script in prison. secretary of state hillary clinton said the movie was apparently intended to provoke rage. >> this video is disgusting and reprehensible. there is no justification, none at all, for responding to this video with violence. >> some actors in the film have come forward to say they were duped. they said, the original script contained nothing about muhammad. but offensive word were dubbed in after the filming. >> yes, our correspondent in cairo, talking with a lot of the protestors, they want an apology from president obama. this film has been pulled, film pulled from public view. john, martha raddatz reported on "world news" last night that there were warning signs that al qaeda's leader was encouraging amer
the fatal accident. >>> iraq is reeling from one of the deadliest days since withdrawal of u.s. troops. 90 people killed, two dozen bombings and shootings. more than 350 wounded. many attacks targeted soldiers and police recruits. so far no one claimed any responsibility, but the government is blaming al qaeda. >>> there was even more bloodshed ein syria. a car bomb in aleppo killing 17 and wounding several others. fighting continued throughout the country between government troops and rebel forces. several military officers and civilians were also killed when a roadside bomb blew up a bus. >>> go ahead. >> the concern here is that a lot of these extremist groups are going to start popping up too. shortly, just a couple hours before this blast, a jordanian militant leader linked to al qaeda warned his extremist group will launch deadly attacks to help the rebels in syria topple assad. so you see a lot of extremist groups, just kind of joining the cause as well. >> some folks advocated american action in syria. if you don't get there and get control, get assad out of office that becomes fer
home from iraq and afghanistan after discovering they were pregnant. this unusual case has fueled debate for medical checks, routine pregnancy testing are needed before women are deployed to the front line. >> the soldier in question was extremely lucky that she was actually at camp bastion when she gave birth because there she's a properly established medical facility, which could look after her properly. but if she had been sent out on patrol or working at a forward operating base, it may have been a very, very different story and the outcome might not have been what it is. >> reporter: a specialist team of medics is now on its way to camp bastion to care for the mother and baby on their flight home. carolyn wyatt, bbc news. >> wow. >> wow. isn't that crazy? >> yeah. and it's not like she -- if she knew she was pregnant, she easily could have left. about 200 servicewomen have left afghanistan after learning they were pregnant. >> you can go home if you are pregnant. >> she didn't know. >> this was not a publicity stunt because she would have taken the first plane ride out of the
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